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RESOURCES AND F RESOURCES UPDATE Flying Arts Alliance: How to find the money for a project or event Securing funding and finding sponsorship for an art project or event can be a tough job. While it is tempting to take a scatter gun approach to fundraising and see what comes back, a little more method in the madness might increase your chances of success. This workshop identifies and discusses the different areas of funding opportunities that are available, outlining a clear step by step process to identify and target potential sponsors and partners. Like most things, a carefully considered and targeted approach will likely yield more benefits than an unplanned last minute rush. With a bit of forethought and a good plan, securing the support you need may not be as hard as you think. Stephen Clark presents the workshop at Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, 420 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley on Sunday 8 June 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm Cost: $55 ($45 for members) BYO Lunch. More information and registration: brisbaneworkshops Phonographic Performance Company of Australia Limited Performers’ Trust Foundation Grants Established in 1975, the PPCA Performers’ Trust Foundation provides grants to promote and encourage music and the performing arts. The grants provided are non-recurring (i.e. one-off grants rather than a periodical payment). Closing date: Ongoing (applications are considered at three monthly meetings). For further information: http:// NAVA – The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists provides assistance towards travel (for educational purposes) and/ or tuition costs for young people building a career in the visual arts broadly in the areas of painting, photography or sculpture. Four candidates will be awarded $5,000 each (excluding GST). Applications to travel overseas (preferably for the first time) to undertake formal study, a residency or a planned program with a professional artist or mentor will be considered, as will informal study for a planned research project. Applications must submitted online by 5pm Monday 23 June 2014. For further information and to apply go to http://www.visualarts. John T Reid Charitable Trusts The John T Reid Charitable Trusts are a national funding organisation with a wide ranging commitment to philanthropy around Australia. For arts and cultural heritage, the Trustees’ focus is often to enable equitable access to the arts for disadvantaged people and providing arts programs in rural or remote communities. This will often involve projects that focus on community education. The preservation and understanding of Australia’s cultural heritage is also the focus of many projects funded. New enquiries can be made after 3 June 2014. For further information: Premier’s Cultural Diversity Awards The Premier’s Cultural Diversity Awards, formerly the Queensland Multicultural Awards, recognise the valuable contributions of Queenslanders who support our state’s cultural diversity and help 14

Arts Update May 2014  

In this May issue of Arts Update read about Queensland’s latest arts success stories from a south east Queensland school championing design...